Project Management Principles, Methods, and Tools
Learning Outcomes:Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Describe a project life cycle and skillfully map each stage in the cycle.
- Compose a business case that accurately outlines the why, what, how, and who is necessary to determine if it is a worthwhile project.
- Identify the resources needed for a project, including stakeholders, budget, team members and timelines.
- Apply appropriate project management tools to projects at their institutions, using templates provided.
Liz Holdsworth is the Librarian for the STEM disciplines and digital learning objects at Georgia Tech. She earned an M.A. in Library and Information Science from the University of Iowa and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Carolina, Asheville. As the liaison to Mathematics, Physics, Biology, and Biomedical Engineering, she assists faculty and students in their research processes. Holdsworth creates digital content to facilitate access to library services. She represents the Georgia Tech Library in Affordable Learning Georgia. As a project manager, she oversees the development of programming for faculty.
Heather Jeffcoat is the Web and Discovery Management Librarian at the Georgia Tech Library. She earned a M.S. in Library and Information Studies from Florida State University and a B.A. in Geography from the University of South Carolina. Heather has managed the Library's web presence since 1998 and has been representing technology in the Library’s Portfolio since 2017. As the Web and Discovery Management Librarian Heather is responsible for the strategy, management, design, information architecture and maintenance of all Library websites, including the Library’s discovery system, Primo. As the portfolio technology representative, she works with Library leadership, finance, IT, service owners and project managers to facilitate and support portfolio project execution of Library technologies.
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